Cat S O SSM. Services. Understanding Your Results. Understanding Your: S O S Oil Reports S O S Oil Results S O S Coolant Reports S O S Coolant Results

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Cat S O SSM. Services. Understanding Your Results. Understanding Your: S O S Oil Reports S O S Oil Results S O S Coolant Reports S O S Coolant Results"

Transcription

1 Cat S O SSM Services Understanding Your Results Understanding Your: S O S Oil Reports S O S Oil Results S O S Coolant Reports S O S Coolant Results

2 Contents Overview of S O S Oil Reports Overview of S O S Oil Results Overview of S O S Interpretation Overview of S O S Coolant Reports Overview of S O S Coolant Results

3 Committed to keeping your equipment moving Like all Cat Dealer services, the S O S SM Services program is a mutual commitment to protect the performance and value built into your Cat equipment. The S O S Services program offers you valuable resources for better equipment management. Working together with your Cat Dealer, you can take the simple process of fluid sampling and combine it with state-of-the-art analysis and clear, easy-to-understand reporting to create not only optimized machine performance, but also improved cost control. As your local Cat Dealer, we back up our fluid analysis with our reputation for excellence and the expertise of trained Analysts. Enrolling in the S O S Services program is your assurance that you ll get accurate analysis. Only your Cat Dealer S O S Analysts have access to the expertise of Caterpillar design specifications and engineers. The S O S lab completes testing quickly and provides comprehensive maintenance advice in easy to understand feedback. Make the commitment and get the benefits of working with the people who know your Cat equipment best.

4 S O S Oil Report Overview of S O S Oil Reports Know what the numbers mean and how to maximize your investment. S O S SM Services are valuable management tools that can maximize your equipment life and productivity. At the same time operating costs and downtime can be reduced. During oil analysis four types of tests are performed on engine, hydraulic and drive train oils: Component Wear Rate Oil Condition Oil Contamination Oil Identification Sample at consistent intervals to detect potential problems early. 4

5 S O S Oil Report Sections of an S O S oil report: Label information Label information is the data supplied by you, either by preregistration or on the sample label. This type of information may include but is not limited to: Company name Serial number of equipment and compartment Equipment and component model Equipment manufacturer and component manufacturer Equipment hours and component hours Equipment number Compartment Oil hours Oil brand Oil weight Job site Notes and miscellaneous information Label information is used to register your sample into a database. This allows the S O S sample history to be displayed on the report. Label information also provides key data needed by our interpreters to make the best recommendations and evaluations of your S O S sample. Lab Control Number The Lab Control Number is a unique number the lab assigns to your sample. This number helps the lab track the sample through all of the analyses. Sample information in the database may be found using the lab control number or other label information. Overall Evaluation The overall evaluation is a color code indicating the urgency of any needed actions. This allows you to manage the S O S reports by exception. Review the red coded reports first since these are the most urgent. Next, review yellow coded reports. Review the green coded reports last. Interpretation The interpretation summarizes the findings of the S O S results and provides recommendations. Suggested actions may be to resample at a shortened time frame to verify findings or to monitor wear more closely. S O S Results The S O S results are listed in this section of the report. The test name and results will be listed individually. Elemental analysis will list each element individually and display the result. The test results will be explained in more detail in the next section of this guide. Explanation of Abbreviations The abbreviations used on the S O S report are explained at the bottom of the report. 5

6 S O S Oil Results Overview of S O S Oil Results Component Wear Rate Component wear rate analysis evaluates the wear taking place inside the lubricated compartment. Your S O S Analyst uses the results of elemental analysis and particle count tests to evaluate the wear. Trend analysis and proprietary wear tables are then used to determine if wear rates are normal or abnormal. Elemental Analysis Elemental Analysis detects wear elements, oil additive package elements, and the elemental constituents of some contaminants. This analysis can detect particles up to about 10 microns in size. The Elemental Analysis results are reported in parts per million, ppm. What is ppm? Parts per million, or ppm, is used to express concentration of elements in oil or coolant. One particle of iron in 99,999,999 particles of oil or coolant is one ppm. Approximate examples of ppm: 1 minute in 11.5 days 1 drop of ink in 150 L (40 Gallons) of water Silicon and Aluminum in Dirt The primary constituents of dirt are minerals containing silicon and aluminum. The ratio of these two elements vary widely from place to place. Clay soils contain nearly as much aluminum as silicon. Skilled dealer interpreters know your local soil and have the best understanding of the combinations of elements in your samples. 6

7 S O S Oil Results Elevated Test Results Possible Sources Diesel Engines Iron, chrome Cylinder liners, piston rings Iron, chrome, aluminum Lead, aluminum, iron Sodium, potassium, copper Silicon greater than aluminum, iron, lead Soot, iron, lead, chrome Cylinder liners, piston rings, aluminum piston skirt Lower rod and main bearings, crankshaft Coolant contamination Dirt, cylinder liners, piston rings, bearing overlay Soot wear on cylinder liners, piston rings, bearings Powershift Transmissions Silicon, iron Wet clutch friction material and separator plates Aluminum, copper, iron Copper greater than lead or tin Torque converter Bronze bushing or thrust washer Hydraulic & Steering Systems Iron, chrome Cylinder & rod wear Silicon greater than aluminum, iron, chrome Dirt entry, pump wear, cylinder & rod wear Differentials & Final Drives Silicon greater than aluminum, iron, chrome, nickel Dirt entry, gear wear, bearing wear Copper greater than lead or tin Bronze bushing or thrust washer Particle Count Particle Count analysis is used to evaluate particles larger than 10 microns and nonmetallic particles. Particle Count results are listed as an ISO code and a channel count. The Particle Count channel counts are reported in counts per milliliter of sample (counts/ml). The ISO code is a summarization of the channel count results. An increase in ISO code values could indicate an increase in wear or the presence of contaminants. For more information about particle counts and ISO codes refer to PEGJ0045. Oil Condition Oil Condition analysis is used to determine if the oil has degraded. Tests are done to look at the viscosity, oxidation, sulfation and nitration of the oil. All lubricated systems risk oxidation damage of the oil. Therefore, it is recommended that oil samples from all compartments be analyzed for oil condition. Your S O S Analyst uses established guidelines or trend analysis to determine if the oil has reached the end of its useful life. 7

8 S O S Oil Results Viscosity Viscosity is a temperature-dependent characteristic of lubricants that describes how the oil will flow. Viscosity is usually measured at 100 degrees Celsius. At high operating temperatures, a lubricant must be able to maintain appropriate film thickness. If the viscosity becomes too low, wear will occur within the compartment. If viscosity is too high, the oil will not flow to areas needing lubrication. Many diesel engine oils are designed with multi-grade viscosity characteristics. At low ambient temperatures, multi-grade oils have a lower viscosity to provide start up protection. Appropriate oil viscosity is needed at low temperatures, or the oil will not flow quickly enough to parts needing lubrication. At normal operating temperatures, the multi-grade oils have a higher viscosity to protect moving parts. Oxidation Oxidation occurs in transmission, hydraulic, final drive and engine oils when oxygen molecules chemically join with the oil molecules. Oxidation causes: Increased viscosity Acid formation Deposit formation In diesel engines, an oxidized lubricant will lose the ability to protect components; as a result, piston rings may stick, cylinder bore polishing may occur and valves may scuff or stick. In hydraulic systems, oxidized lubricants will increase pump wear and damage control valves. Powershift transmissions will experience clutch slippage, and abnormal wear if the oil is oxidized. Sulfation Sulfur is present in diesel fuel. During combustion, fuel sulfur combines with water to form sulfuric acid. Modern diesel engine lubricants are designed to neutralize this acid. However, if these acids reach unacceptable levels, the lubricant will be degraded and corrosion will occur. This corrosion can attack: Valves Valve guides Piston rings Cylinder liners Nitration Nitration occurs in all engine oils, but is generally a problem only in natural gas engines. Nitrogen compounds from the combustion process increase oil viscosity and reduce lubricating ability. Nitration may result in: Oil filter plugging Piston deposits Valve deposits Crankcase deposits 8

9 S O S Oil Results Oil Contamination Oil Contamination tests are performed to determine if anything harmful has entered the oil. This analysis relies on the results from the following tests: elemental analysis, soot, particle count, fuel dilution, water, and coolant. The S O S Services program has guidelines for the level of contamination allowed in the various compartments of a Cat machine. Elemental Analysis and Particle Count were discussed earlier in this guide please refer back if needed. Soot Soot is the insoluble residue of partially burned fuel. It is held in suspension by oil additives and causes engine oil to turn black. The soot particles are abrasive and cause engine wear. Excessive soot levels will eventually overpower the engine oil additives. When this occurs, the soot particles will drop out of suspension and form larger particles. These larger soot particles will plug oil filters, form deposits, and increase oil viscosity. Eventually, engine wear will become abnormally high. 9

10 Content S O S Oil Results Water Water may condense or leak into a compartment. Water can also be a result of pressure washing equipment. Equipment that operates in wet conditions may experience water in final drives and axles. Water can cause corrosive wear and rusting in any compartment. Corrosive wear occurs when the water combines with compounds in the oil to form acids. Rusting can occur in areas above the oil level in sumps, where an oil film does not protect the metal. If large quantities of water enter a compartment, the oil and water mixture could create a thick sludge. Fuel Dilution Small amounts of fuel are detected in engine lubricants because of the combustion process and blow-by. The most significant problem associated with fuel dilution is low viscosity. Low viscosity and high operating temperatures can cause oil films to become dangerously thin. If the oil film does not have adequate thickness, moving parts may experience direct contact. This contact could result in scuffing or seizure of the moving parts, and eventually a failure. If fuel dilution exceeds recommended levels, it is generally because of: Internal fuel line leaks Worn fuel injectors Failed fuel injector Extended idling Incorrect timing S O S Services uses the viscosity test results and the fuel dilution test results to determine if fuel dilution is excessive. Coolant Engine oil may become contaminated with coolant due to leaks from: oil cooler cores, internal coolant passages, and cylinder head gaskets. Hydraulic systems or transmissions, using oil-to-water coolers, may become contaminated with coolant. Coolant contamination will increase wear. High levels of coolant in the oil will produce sludge and total oil deterioration. Your S O S Analyst uses elemental analysis to identify coolant leaks. This technique looks for traces of the coolant additives in the oil. In some cases, a separate test for glycol is used to further identify coolant entry. Oil Identification Oil Identification is another very important part of the S O S oil analysis program. The wrong oil in a compartment can severely damage major components. Your S O S Analyst uses elemental analysis and viscosity results to identify key characteristics of the oils. 10

11 S O S Oil Interpretation Content Overview of S O S Interpretation Trend Trend analysis will provide the best indication of compartment health. Trend analysis uses the historical oil sample results as the basis for normal test results. A trend is established by repeated oil sample results from the same compartment. Three to five oil samples are needed to establish a compartment trend. Oil hours and equipment hours must be correct for effective trend analysis. Therefore, all efforts should be made to correctly fill out the sample label. Sample results that deviate from the established trend may indicate a problem. Communication Additional Samples Occasionally, an additional sample may be requested for several reasons: To more closely monitor a Yellow Alert condition To verify a concerning result from the previous sample To develop a trend To check for possible oil transfer between two compartments To measure carryover from oil changes If the scheduled sample did not contain enough oil to perform S O S analysis Follow-up Questions Sometimes more information is needed to clarify the S O S results. You may see some of the following questions: Did you change to a different oil brand and/or viscosity? Did you change operators or maintenance personnel? Was there a recent field repair made to the machine? Have you changed maintenance procedures? Were there any changes in the overall job or machine application? Your S O S Analyst will use your feedback to these types of questions, along with sample label information to improve the quality of the S O S report. Recommendations S O S report recommendations are specifically tailored to the compartment under analysis. Your S O S Analyst will evaluate all of the test results and look for correlation between these results. If an area of concern is discovered, your S O S Analyst will explain how the test results relate to each other and identify abnormalities. Your S O S Analyst may also suggest areas of the compartment to inspect. These inspections will often reveal an early problem, before it becomes a major failure. 11

12 S O S Coolant Report Overview of S O S Coolant Report Diesel engines are designed to operate at higher temperatures and higher energy levels than in the past. Today s heavy-duty diesels produce a tremendous amount of power from a small package. Cooling systems have to absorb more heat with smaller cooling systems and less coolant. A cooling system may also be transferring heat away from turbochargers, transmissions, hydraulic systems and other equipment components. In addition, used coolant disposal requirements have become more stringent and expensive. You may be extending coolant drain intervals, recycling coolants or reconditioning coolants to reduce the disposal costs. For all of these reasons, S O S coolant analysis is highly recommended to achieve optimum performance and the full life designed into today s machines and engines. Four types of analysis are performed during coolant testing: Coolant Type Boil and Freeze Protection Coolant Condition Coolant Contamination 12

13 S O S Coolant Report Sections of a S O S Coolant report: Label information Label information is the data you supply, either by pre-registration or on the sample label. This type of information may include but is not limited to: Company name Serial number of equipment and compartment Equipment and component model Equipment manufacturer and component manufacturer Equipment hours and component hours Equipment number Compartment Oil hours Oil brand Oil weight Job site Notes and miscellaneous information Interpretation The interpretation summarizes the findings of the S O S results and provides recommendations based on the results. Recommendations may be to resample at a shortened time frame to verify findings or to monitor wear more closely. S O S Results The S O S results are listed in this section of the report. The test name and results will be listed individually. Elemental analysis will list each element individually and display the result. The test results will be explained in more detail in the next section of this guide. Explanation of Abbreviations The abbreviations used on the S O S report are explained at the bottom of the report. Label information is used to register your sample into a database. This allows the S O S sample history to be displayed on the report. Label information also provides key data needed by our interpreters to make the best recommendations and evaluations of your S O S sample. Lab Control Number The Lab Control Number is a unique number the lab assigns to your sample. This number helps the lab track the sample through all of the analyses. Sample information in the database may be found using the lab control number or other label information. Overall Evaluation The overall evaluation is a color code indicating the urgency of any needed actions. This allows you to manage the S O S reports by exception. Review the red coded reports first since these are the most urgent. Next, review yellow coded reports. Review the green coded reports last. 13

14 Content S O S Coolant Results Overview of Level 1 S O S Coolant Results Coolant Type There are many different coolant choices on the market today. These coolants provide cooling system protection using different chemistries. Your S O S Analyst uses label information and color to determine type of coolant. This is one reason it is important to provide as much information on the coolant sample label as possible. Boil and Freeze Protection Ensuring the correct boiling and freezing point is important, no matter what climate the engine or equipment operates. Your S O S Analysts use Percent Glycol, Boiling Point and Freezing Point to monitor the ability of the coolant to provide adequate protection. Percent Glycol Glycol is the active ingredient of most engine coolants. Glycol solutions provide these benefits when used in a cooling system: Increases the boiling point of the coolant Decreases the freezing point of the coolant Reduces ability of coolant to cause corrosion wear Too much or too little glycol will reduce the coolant s ability to provide protection to the cooling system. Heat transfer is affected by glycol concentration. Excessive levels of glycol will reduce heat transfer. Freezing Point and Boiling Point are calculated from Percent Glycol. Coolant Condition Coolant Condition tests consider the health of the coolant. Tests are performed to look at ph, conductivity, nitrite, solids, odor, color and appearance. ph ph is a description of the coolant s acidity or alkalinity. When the coolant ph becomes too acidic (too low), the coolant system may experience increased wear. If the coolant ph is too alkaline (too high), possible coolant contamination has occurred. Conductivity Conductivity is the ability of the coolant to conduct an electrical current. Improper grounding and some marine applications make this an important characteristic to monitor. In addition, conductivity is used to monitor contamination levels of the cooling system. Nitrite Nitrite is a coolant additive that protects piston liners from cavitation erosion and corrosion. Nitrite is destroyed during the process of protection and is an especially key component to monitor for conventional coolants. Physical Inspection Tests like odor, appearance, color, and precipitate are all physical descriptions of the sample. These physical inspections provide information about the general condition of the coolant, and may provide information on contamination. 14

15 S O S Coolant Content Results Coolant Contamination Coolant Contamination tests are performed to determine if anything harmful has entered the coolant. This analysis relies on the results from the following tests: ph, conductivity, foam, odor, oil or fuel presence. The S O S Services program has guidelines for the level of contamination allowed. Please refer to the earlier description of ph, conductivity and odor. Foam The Foam test evaluates the coolants ability to entrain air. Entrained air reduces the heat transfer ability of coolant. Formation of foam may indicate the coolant has been contaminated or may indicate the defoamants have degraded. Oil or Fuel Presence The presence of oil or fuel will greatly interfere with heat transfer. These contaminants are difficult to clean from cooling system passages. Your S O S Analyst may question sampling technique if oil or fuel is detected. Using the same vacuum pump for oil sampling and coolant sampling will contaminate the samples. Oil compartments may indicate coolant contamination and coolant samples will indicate oil contamination. It is important to follow good sampling techniques. See PEGJ0047. Level 2 Coolant Level 2 Coolant Analysis is a more extensive chemical evaluation of the coolant and the overall condition of the cooling system. Level 2 includes Level 1 tests and has additional categories of results like coolant chemistry, cooling system health and water quality. S O S Services Web With S O S Services Web, it s fast and easy to monitor the effectiveness of your equipment maintenance program. From the opening screen you can view your current sample information by exception or by performing an advanced search by exception, job site, serial number, unit number, status, manufacturer, family, model, or compartment. Once the information is pulled up, a detailed description of the specific sample is available along with a history of previous samples from that engine or piece of equipment. This data can be used to create graphs for easy trend analysis of one compartment or even across models. S O S Services Web also allows users to create and print out labels by pulling compartment information directly from the database and provides a built in messaging system and actions taken feature that keeps track of activities associated with each sample. For more information, see your Cat Dealer today or visit View and analyze fluid sample information online anytime and anywhere Access information with an internet browser on your Cat Dealer s website no additional software required. View current data no waiting for uploads Access to oil, coolant, and fuel sample data Minimize paper filing and storage, while maintaining the ability to generate and print reports and graphs when needed. 15

16 Working together with the same goal S O S Services are one element of a condition monitoring philosophy that you can put into place with your equipment to monitor the impact of your maintenance program. The S O S program combined with regular inspections, analysis of your equipment s site conditions, electronic data, and service history will enable you to evaluate your equipment s health. You can perform a maintenance program on your own, or you can enlist the assistance of your Caterpillar Dealer to perform any level of preventive maintenance that will keep your equipment running at peak performance. CAT DEALERS DEFINE WORLD-CLASS PRODUCT SUPPORT. We offer you the right parts and service solutions, when and where you need them. The Cat Dealer network of highly trained experts can help you maximize your equipment investment. PEGJ Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Printed in USA CAT, CATERPILLAR, their respective logos, S O S, Caterpillar Yellow and the POWER EDGE trade dress, as well as corporate and product identity used herein, are trademarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission.

FS Lubricants. Oil Analysis Program

FS Lubricants. Oil Analysis Program FS Lubricants Oil Analysis Program What can an oil analysis do for you? 1. Establish safe and proper drain intervals. 2. Provide a reduction in unforeseen breakdowns. 3. Reduce down time. 4. Minimize the

More information

S O SSM. Fluid Analysis Program. your equipment? The S O S Program was introduced by Caterpillar in 1971

S O SSM. Fluid Analysis Program. your equipment? The S O S Program was introduced by Caterpillar in 1971 S O SSM Fluid Analysis Program The S O S Program was introduced by Caterpillar in 1971 and soon became recognized as the leader in oil analysis. Its concept was simple reduce unnecessary downtime and the

More information

MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES S O S SM. Services

MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES S O S SM. Services MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES S O S SM Services Know More. Do More. Maintaining your Cat engines and machines is one of your top priorities. A good place to start is with S O S Services oil analysis

More information

Engine, Drive Train, and Hydraulic Repair Indicator Quick Reference Guide

Engine, Drive Train, and Hydraulic Repair Indicator Quick Reference Guide Engine, Drive Train, and Hydraulic Repair Indicator Quick Reference Guide Planned Indicators Planned Indicators SM provide the best insight Service Meter Hours CAT Engine Repair Indicators Description

More information

S O SSM. Services. Cat. Management Guide. Accurate Analysis Improved Cost Control Optimized Performance

S O SSM. Services. Cat. Management Guide. Accurate Analysis Improved Cost Control Optimized Performance S O SSM Services Cat Management Guide Accurate Analysis Improved Cost Control Optimized Performance Contents S O S SM Services introduction... 3 Making the most of S O S Services...4-5 Good equipment health

More information

3/5/2015. Oil Analysis Tests. Lubricating Oils. Six Functions of Lubricating Oil

3/5/2015. Oil Analysis Tests. Lubricating Oils. Six Functions of Lubricating Oil Oil Analysis Tests Oil analysis is a series of laboratory tests used to evaluate the condition of used lubricants and equipment components. By studying the results of the used oil analysis tests, a determination

More information

petroleum technologies

petroleum technologies petroleum technologies TABLE OF CONTENTS BASICS OF OIL ANALYSIS p. 4-5 Introduction p. 4 Trend Oil Analysis p. 4 Engine, Transmission & Hydraulic Systems p. 5 Oil Analysis Measure p. 5 Why Oil Analysis?

More information

Making the Most of SáOá SM Services

Making the Most of SáOá SM Services MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES Making the Most of SáOá SM Services With S O S Services, you don t just get test results, you get accurate analysis from the people who know your Cat equipment best. Your

More information

Cat S O SSM. Services. Reporting Particle Count by ISO Code. Management Guide. Two methods of reading particles

Cat S O SSM. Services. Reporting Particle Count by ISO Code. Management Guide. Two methods of reading particles Cat S O SSM Services Management Guide Two methods of reading particles Measuring contamination ISO Codes ISO 11171:1999 Reporting Particle Count by ISO Code Introduction... 3 What ISO Means... 3 Two Methods

More information

ALS TRIBOLOGY Engine Coolant Reference Guide

ALS TRIBOLOGY Engine Coolant Reference Guide ALS TRIBOLOGY Engine Coolant Reference Guide Engine coolants are a mixture of, inhibitors, and water. Each formula is designed for specific protection and engine requirements. Mixing different coolants

More information

LEAP SM Oil Analysis Program Saves Money with Consistent, Accurate Monitoring

LEAP SM Oil Analysis Program Saves Money with Consistent, Accurate Monitoring LEAP SM Oil Analysis Program Saves Money with Consistent, Accurate Monitoring Safely extends oil drain intervals Partnering the Lubrication Engineers Oil Analysis Program with extended service interval

More information

Final Drive Maintenance

Final Drive Maintenance Final Drive Maintenance Management Guide Caterpillar. The difference counts. Final drives play a crucial role within a machine s drive train by transferring power to the tires or tracks while providing

More information

Tables on Oil Analysis

Tables on Oil Analysis File No. RSA-006 revision. 0-7/08/03 Tables on Oil Analysis All Rights Reserve - Prepare by : Technical Training TABLE OF CONTENTS Table 1 : ISO 4406 Fluid Cleanliness Standard.. 1 Table 2 : Fluid Cleanliness

More information

Transmission Maintenance

Transmission Maintenance Transmission Maintenance Management Guide Caterpillar. The difference counts. The transmission is a critical part of a machine s power train. Its function is to take the output from the engine and manipulate

More information

What Boat Captains and Marine Surveyors Should Know about Oils and Oil Analysis

What Boat Captains and Marine Surveyors Should Know about Oils and Oil Analysis What Boat Captains and Marine Surveyors Should Know about Oils and Oil Analysis Tom Johnson, President/Co-Founder JG LUBRICANT SERVICES, LLC Affiliate Member, Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors (SAMS)

More information

Cat Gas Engine Lubricant, Fuel, and Coolant Recommendations

Cat Gas Engine Lubricant, Fuel, and Coolant Recommendations SEBU6400-05 November 2010 Cat Gas Engine Lubricant, Fuel, and Coolant Recommendations Special Publication SAFETY.CAT.COM Important Safety Information i03991620 Most accidents that involve product operation,

More information

Oil Analysis. It is important that the sampling be done in the following manner: 1.

Oil Analysis. It is important that the sampling be done in the following manner: 1. Oil Analysis Introduction Oil analysis was originally used by the military and the railroad as a preventative maintenance program. It has expanded today to the fi eld of study called Tribology. Oil analysis

More information

Cat Hydraulic System Support

Cat Hydraulic System Support Cat Hydraulic System Support There is a difference in hydraulic system components and services. Customer demand for faster, more powerful equipment has resulted in the increased use and sophistication

More information

Series 53, 71, 92 and 149 Engines

Series 53, 71, 92 and 149 Engines 3.5 million two-cycle engines built since 1940 Nearly 500,000 still in operation around the world $100 million in parts inventory to cover your needs Series 53, 71, 92 and 149 Engines Over 2,500 factory

More information

OIL CONDITION MONITORING: AUTOMOTIVE ANALYSIS

OIL CONDITION MONITORING: AUTOMOTIVE ANALYSIS OIL CONDITION MONITORING: AUTOMOTIVE ANALYSIS Why Analyse Lubricants? With increasing costs and tighter deadlines, the need for effective maintenance strategies is greater than ever before. So why not

More information

The acknowledged leader in oil analysis since 1960 BASICS OF OIL ANALYSIS

The acknowledged leader in oil analysis since 1960 BASICS OF OIL ANALYSIS The acknowledged leader in oil analysis since 1960 BASICS OF OIL ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION For many years, lubricant inspection and testing has been used to help diagnose the internal condition of oil wetted

More information

How to read your Oil Analysis Report

How to read your Oil Analysis Report How to read your Oil Analysis Report A better understanding Petroleum Technologies Group, LLC. 4665 Broadmoor S.E. Ste#15 Grand Rapids, MI 49512 Phone # 616/698 9399 Fax # 616/698 9395 www.oil lab.com

More information

EVERY PROOF. DURABILITY. HIGH-MILEAGE ISX TEARDOWN

EVERY PROOF. DURABILITY. HIGH-MILEAGE ISX TEARDOWN EVERY PROOF. TM DURABILITY. HIGH-MILEAGE ISX TEARDOWN EVERY PROOF. DURABILITY. While Cummins 2002 engines have yet to reach their full life expectancy, Cummins has inspected multiple high-mileage cooled-egr

More information

Maintaining Diesel Engines for Reliable Operation

Maintaining Diesel Engines for Reliable Operation Background Hartford Steam Boiler One State Street P.O. Box 5024 Hartford, CT 06102-5024 Tel: (800) 472-1866 www.hsb.com June 2014 Whether used for continuous or intermittent service, diesel engines require

More information

Service Bulletin. Cummins Engine Oil and Oil Analysis Recommendations

Service Bulletin. Cummins Engine Oil and Oil Analysis Recommendations Service Bulletin Number Date 3810340-06 11-MAY-2007 Design Application Market Application All All Service Bulletin Cummins Engine Oil and Oil Analysis Recommendations Section 1: Diesel Engine Oil Recommendations

More information

Engine Lube and Hydraulic Oil Analysis Program OIL ANALYSIS

Engine Lube and Hydraulic Oil Analysis Program OIL ANALYSIS TM Engine Lube and Hydraulic Oil Analysis Program OIL ANALYSIS The Donaldson oil analysis service provides the quality testing necessary for effective preventive maintenance. Operated by an independent

More information

Signum Oil Analysis Condition-Monitoring Fundamentals

Signum Oil Analysis Condition-Monitoring Fundamentals Signum Oil Analysis Condition-Monitoring Fundamentals Table of Contents Signum Oil Analysis Establishing a Successful Oil Analysis Program What and When to Sample Selecting a Signum Service Taking a Representative

More information

David O. Ahrens, Commercial Marine Manager Caterpillar Engine Products Division

David O. Ahrens, Commercial Marine Manager Caterpillar Engine Products Division Caterpillar Inc. Cat Marine Power Diesel fuel feature story 187-P-2-004-98 Special to Seaway Review HEADLINE: BYLINE: Fuel for Thought David O. Ahrens, Commercial Marine Manager Caterpillar Engine Products

More information

Trend Health Check & Monitoring Program - in-depth fluid condition analysis at laboratory

Trend Health Check & Monitoring Program - in-depth fluid condition analysis at laboratory Trend Health Check & Monitoring Program - in-depth fluid condition analysis at laboratory A thorough monitoring program is essential for an efficient preventive maintenance of your system. Our program

More information

VANE PUMP DESCRIPTION FACTORS AFFECTING PUMP LIFE USE, MAINTENACE AND REPAIR GUIDE

VANE PUMP DESCRIPTION FACTORS AFFECTING PUMP LIFE USE, MAINTENACE AND REPAIR GUIDE VANE PUMP DESCRIPTION FACTORS AFFECTING PUMP LIFE HYDRAULICS VANE PUMPS: DESCRIPTION PUMP CONSTRUCTION AND PARTS IDENTIFICATION PUMP PARTS The components of a typical vane-type pump are shown in Figure

More information

Chapter 7 Hydraulic System Troubleshooting

Chapter 7 Hydraulic System Troubleshooting Chapter 7 Hydraulic System Troubleshooting General The following troubleshooting information is provided as a general guide to identify, locate and correct problems that may be experienced with the hydraulic

More information

Worldwide Marine Customer Support

Worldwide Marine Customer Support Worldwide Marine Customer Support TM Customer Support for Cat and MaK TM Marine Engines Caterpillar Marine Power Systems has one simple goal: to exceed our customers expectations by providing outstanding

More information

Differential Maintenance

Differential Maintenance Differential Maintenance Management Guide The differential plays a critical role within a machine s drive train by changing the direction of the power coming from the transmission 90 degrees to allow the

More information

Shell Fleet Management working with you to keep your fleet moving.

Shell Fleet Management working with you to keep your fleet moving. I m in the business of moving freight. Want to move me? Help me keep my trucks on the road. Shell Fleet Management working with you to keep your fleet moving. www.shell.ca/fleet At Shell, we understand

More information

Longer lifetime for hydraulic oil

Longer lifetime for hydraulic oil Longer lifetime for hydraulic oil In many applications hydraulic oils and lubricating oils are exchanged with new oil after only some thousand hours of operation. Changing the oil causes high costs and

More information

By-Pass Filters: Taking Your Fleet the Extra Mile

By-Pass Filters: Taking Your Fleet the Extra Mile T By-Pass Filters: Taking Your Fleet the Extra Mile Donald S. Culpepper Gulf Coast Filters, Inc. here has been an industry-wide push over the last few years to extend oil drain intervals on fleet equipment.

More information

What Can the OIL ANALYZERS Fluid Analysis Program Do For You?

What Can the OIL ANALYZERS Fluid Analysis Program Do For You? What Can the OIL ANALYZERS Fluid Analysis Program Do For You? Imagine being able to see exactly what s happening inside an engine, a gearbox or hydraulic system. OIL ANALYZERS Fluid Analysis is a preventive

More information

Nitration of Lubricating Oil and Benefits of Oil Analysis

Nitration of Lubricating Oil and Benefits of Oil Analysis T E C H N O L O G Y Lubricants Nitration of Lubricating Oil and Benefits of Oil Analysis This article enumerates the benefits of have an oil analysis program in place to monitor lubes and how nitration

More information

OIL CONSIDERATION TO LENGTHEN ENGINE LIFE

OIL CONSIDERATION TO LENGTHEN ENGINE LIFE OIL CONSIDERATION TO LENGTHEN ENGINE LIFE Farm Machinery Fact Sheet FM-19 By Dr. Von H. Jarrett, Extension Agricultural Perhaps nothing will add to the life of an automobile, truck, tractor or other fuel-powered

More information

Fluids Analysis Program

Fluids Analysis Program Fluids Analysis Program Table of Contents Introduction... 3 What is LubeWatch?... 3 LubeWatch Services... 4 LubeWatch Analysis Packages... 5 Engine Coolant Packages... 6 Advanced Turbine Testing... 6 Advanced

More information

Monitor THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FLUID ANALYSIS. Table of Contents

Monitor THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FLUID ANALYSIS. Table of Contents Monitor THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FLUID ANALYSIS Table of Contents What is Monitor?... 2 Lube Sampling Kits... 4 Lube Samples... 6 Bottle Labels... 7 Monitor Reports... 8 How to Read the Report... 9 Sampling

More information

- Service Bulletin - Pistons.

- Service Bulletin - Pistons. Normal combustion: is smooth and even from the spark plug through the top of the chamber. 1 2 3 Spark occurs Combustion moves smoothly across chamber Combustion and power completed Pre-Ignition: occurs

More information

Aircraft Engine Lubrication

Aircraft Engine Lubrication Aircraft Engine Lubrication What You Should Know Edward B. Kollin Technical Director ASL Background Technical Director - Aircraft Specialties Lubricants Creator of CamGuard Exxon Research and Engineering

More information

Cummins Engine Oil and Oil Analysis Recommendations

Cummins Engine Oil and Oil Analysis Recommendations Service Bulletin Number Date 3810340 04-DEC-2009 Service Bulletin Cummins Engine Oil and Oil Analysis Recommendations Introduction This document outlines the proper application and maintenance of engine

More information

Convoy Application For Motor Oil Limited Warranty

Convoy Application For Motor Oil Limited Warranty Convoy Application For Motor Oil Limited Warranty PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE Vehicle owner last first middle initial Street address _ City/State/Zip Phone # ( ) Fax # ( _ ) _ Representative last first middle

More information

Stationary Gas Engine Oils

Stationary Gas Engine Oils Q8 NEW MAHLER 6PP 2010 USA ROLOIL 24/3/10 16:09 Page 3 Stationary Gas Engine Oils March 2010 High performance lubricants for stationary engines running on all types of gas Roloil Mahler Productivity an

More information

READY TO THE CORE PRECIOUS METALS IN-FRAME OVERHAUL KITS

READY TO THE CORE PRECIOUS METALS IN-FRAME OVERHAUL KITS READY TO THE CORE PRECIOUS METALS IN-FRAME OVERHAUL KITS A NEW BEGINNING OVERHAUL OPTIONS TO MATCH YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS Caterpillar and your Cat Dealer are ready to help you overhaul your Cat engine the

More information

How to Read an Oil Analysis Report by Jim Fitch

How to Read an Oil Analysis Report by Jim Fitch How to Read an Oil Analysis Report by Jim Fitch Odds of Catching a Problem... Analysis of 100,000 Mobile Equipment Oil Samples Problems Detected Diesel Engines 23.3% of all samples showed problems Drive

More information

Customer Support Agreements

Customer Support Agreements Cleveland Brothers Product Support Customer Support Agreements Maximize Uptime Minimize Risk Insulate Prices Increase Profitability Let a CSA go to WORK for your company CUSTOMER SUPPORT AGREEMENTS A CSA

More information

Cat Commercial Diesel Engine Fluids Recommendations

Cat Commercial Diesel Engine Fluids Recommendations SEBU6251-16 February 2013 Cat Commercial Diesel Engine Fluids Recommendations Special Publication For All 3500 Series, C175 Series and Smaller Commercial Diesel Engines SAFETY.CAT.COM Important Safety

More information

REMANUFACTURED PRODUCTS. Cat. Reman Products for Truck Engines

REMANUFACTURED PRODUCTS. Cat. Reman Products for Truck Engines REMANUFACTURED PRODUCTS Cat Reman Products for Truck Engines Maximum Productivity and Lower Costs Your trucks work on the toughest jobs and in the most extreme conditions. Your Caterpillar engine is at

More information

Certified Rebuild. Cat. Continue your success story with Cat Certified Rebuilds. Machines Power Train Engines Hydraulics Components

Certified Rebuild. Cat. Continue your success story with Cat Certified Rebuilds. Machines Power Train Engines Hydraulics Components Cat Machines Power Train Engines Hydraulics Components Certified Rebuild Machines Power Train Engines Hydraulics Components Continue your success story with Cat Certified Rebuilds Your business depends

More information

239S SUPER LUBE SUPREME SAE 10, 30, 50 AND 60

239S SUPER LUBE SUPREME SAE 10, 30, 50 AND 60 239S SUPER LUBE SUPREME SAE 10, 30, 50 AND 60.Super Lube Supreme is a premium high performance para- synthetic, fluid that is specially formulated to provide superior protection and performance in powershift

More information

Piston Diagnosis A rough Guide

Piston Diagnosis A rough Guide Piston Diagnosis A rough Guide The process of examining used pistons can tell us a lot of helpful information on the condition of an engine. When engine failure does occur the piston is likely to take

More information

NORKOOL Industrial Coolants

NORKOOL Industrial Coolants NORKOOL Industrial Coolants The most trusted brand in the business The NORKOOL Advantage The NORKOOL product line is Dow s premium heat transfer fluid for gas compression engines and line heaters. the

More information

#700 SUPREME 7000 SYNTHETIC PLUS SAE 15W-40 API CJ-4/CI-4/CI-4 Plus/SM

#700 SUPREME 7000 SYNTHETIC PLUS SAE 15W-40 API CJ-4/CI-4/CI-4 Plus/SM #700 SUPREME 7000 SYNTHETIC PLUS SAE 15W-40 API CJ-4/CI-4/CI-4 Plus/SM Supreme 7000 Synthetic Plus SAE 15W-40 is a premium quality para-synthetic, heavy-duty diesel engine oil formulated to provide improved

More information

Diesel Exhaust Fluid. Diesel Exhaust Engine. and Your Tier 4 Final / EU Stage IV Cat Engine

Diesel Exhaust Fluid. Diesel Exhaust Engine. and Your Tier 4 Final / EU Stage IV Cat Engine Diesel Exhaust Fluid Diesel Exhaust and Your Cat Fluid Engine and Your Tier 4 Final / EU Stage IV Cat Engine Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Fundamentals Beginning in 2014, non-road engine emissions

More information

Wynn s Extended Care

Wynn s Extended Care Wynn s Extended Care Every car deserves to receive the very best care... especially yours. How Do You Keep Your Reliable Transportation Reliable? Count on Wynn s Because Wynn s has been caring for cars

More information

Oil Analysis Program ISO 9001: 2008 Certified.

Oil Analysis Program ISO 9001: 2008 Certified. il Analysis Program IS 91 28 Certified. Page 1 / 6 25548 Code Powertek Berhad Name Address Make GE Engine Turbine Gas Model Frame 9E il type / Test code 814 911 912 66 662 663Viscosity SHELL TURB CC 32

More information

CLOSED LOOP INHIBITORS ************************

CLOSED LOOP INHIBITORS ************************ CLOSED LOOP INHIBITORS ************************ Purpose: To protect the metallurgy of construction in the closed loop system from corrosion and scale formation through the addition of scale modifiers,

More information

Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations

Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations SEBU6250-19 February 2013 Caterpillar Machine Fluids Recommendations Special Publication SAFETY.CAT.COM Important Safety Information Most accidents that involve product operation, maintenance and repair

More information

Volkswagen Jetta, Golf, GTI 1999, 2000 2.8 Liter VR6 2V Engine Mechanical, Engine Code(s): AFP 17 Engine-Lubrication (Page GR-17)

Volkswagen Jetta, Golf, GTI 1999, 2000 2.8 Liter VR6 2V Engine Mechanical, Engine Code(s): AFP 17 Engine-Lubrication (Page GR-17) 17 Engine-Lubrication (Page GR-17) Lubrication system components, removing and installing Oil filter housing, disassembling and assembling Oil pan, removing and installing Oil pressure and oil pressure

More information

Technical Training Guide Turbine Oil Condition Monitoring

Technical Training Guide Turbine Oil Condition Monitoring Technical Topic Technical Training Guide Turbine Oil Condition Monitoring Introduction Modern steam and gas turbines subject the turbine lubricant to ever greater demands. Higher temperatures are encountered

More information

AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC STUDENT INTERNSHIP SKILLS LIST Provo School District

AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC STUDENT INTERNSHIP SKILLS LIST Provo School District AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC STUDENT INTERNSHIP SKILLS LIST Provo School District Repairs and overhauls automobiles, buses, trucks, and other automotive vehicles: Examines vehicle and discusses with customer or

More information

V A L V O L I N E P R O F E S S I O N A L S E R I E S SERVICE GUIDE

V A L V O L I N E P R O F E S S I O N A L S E R I E S SERVICE GUIDE V A L V O L I N E P R O F E S S I O N A L S E R I E S SERVICE GUIDE V A L V O L I N E P R O F E S S I O N A L S E R I E S COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEM We Do It All VPS Service Plus Program Free Protection

More information

CSI Oil Analysis Options

CSI Oil Analysis Options Product Data Sheet L-OAOB-101105 October 2005 Machinery Health Management CSI Oil Analysis Options n CSI Oil Laboratory provides accurate and comprehensive industrial oil analysis results you can import

More information

Introduction: Transmission Fluid Recommendations: #1098, Rev. D August, 2012 Page 1 of 7

Introduction: Transmission Fluid Recommendations: #1098, Rev. D August, 2012 Page 1 of 7 Revisions to this document are noted by a stripe in the left hand margin #1098, Rev. D Page 1 of 7 SUBJECT: Transmission Fluid and Filter Service Recommendations MODELS AFFECTED: 5000, 6000, 8000, 9000

More information

BRYAN HIGH SCHOOL AUTO TECHNOLOGY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS

BRYAN HIGH SCHOOL AUTO TECHNOLOGY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS BRYAN HIGH SCHOOL AUTO TECHNOLOGY IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS NATHAN McCANN instructor Master Certified ASE Technician 26 years 3401 East 29 th Street Bryan, Texas 77802 (979) 209-2570 The Bryan Vikings Auto

More information

o c ange ube? 10 metrics to help you establish condemning limits for used oil Complexity in Oil Analysis Enter the intelligent agent

o c ange ube? 10 metrics to help you establish condemning limits for used oil Complexity in Oil Analysis Enter the intelligent agent SYSTEMS, STRATEGIES &RESEARCH FOR LUBRICATION PROFESSIONAlS o c ange ube? 10 metrics to help you establish condemning limits for used oil Complexity in Oil Analysis Enter the intelligent agent Workforce

More information

Automotive Base Oil Presentation

Automotive Base Oil Presentation Automotive Base Oil Presentation What is a Base Oil? The refined petroleum mineral or synthetic material that is produced by a refinery to a required set of specifications. A lubricant s quality can depend

More information

Bypass Filtration Systems

Bypass Filtration Systems Bypass Filtration Systems While diesel engine bypass filtration has been used for over 30 years, the recent EPA changes and their subsequent impact to the lube system have caused renewed interest in this

More information

Care and Maintenance of Steam Systems

Care and Maintenance of Steam Systems Care and Maintenance of Steam Systems February 2010 Brrr. It's been a cold winter so far. Good thing we've all got heating systems that take care of us and take care of themselves, right? Of course not.

More information

6.7L Diesel Fuel System Contamination Diagnosis and Service Procedure Job Aid (Revised March, 2012)

6.7L Diesel Fuel System Contamination Diagnosis and Service Procedure Job Aid (Revised March, 2012) 6.7L Diesel Fuel System Contamination Diagnosis and Service Procedure Job Aid (Revised March, 2012) Fuel contamination on 6.7L diesel engines can damage fuel system components including the High Pressure

More information

Vehicular Engine Design Extra Material

Vehicular Engine Design Extra Material Vehicular Engine Design Extra Material Contents Chapter 1: The Internal Combustion Engine An Introduction... 2 Problem 1.1: Calculate Total Engine Displacement... 2 Problem 1.2: Calculate Engine Power

More information

World-Class Oil Sampling It is Possible

World-Class Oil Sampling It is Possible www.lubecontrol.com.au World-Class Oil Sampling It is Possible Lube Control Pty Ltd Providing lubrication solutions! Unit 5/53 Norfolk Rd, Marion, SA 5043 t: (08) 8298 5563 f: (08) 8298 6253 e: info@lubecontrol.com.au

More information

Kobelco Extended Warranty Program. www.kobelco-europe.com

Kobelco Extended Warranty Program. www.kobelco-europe.com Kobelco Extended Warranty Program www.kobelco-europe.com Kobelco Extended Warranty is a convenient, value added way to give your Kobelco customers added security and peace of mind. Benefits of the Kobelco

More information

MAINTENANCE OF WHEELMOVE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS

MAINTENANCE OF WHEELMOVE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE OF WHEELMOVE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS F. Richard Beard, Agricultural Equipment, Structures and Electricity Robert W. Hill, Biological & Irrigation Engineering Boyd Kitchen, Uintah County Extension

More information

www.wearcheck.com An Overview of WearCheck Oil Analysis Services

www.wearcheck.com An Overview of WearCheck Oil Analysis Services An Overview of WearCheck Oil Analysis Services WearCheck International WebCheck Private Label Programs OEM Programs Fleet Programs Industrial Programs Laboratory Overview Training Services Contacting WearCheck

More information

Table of Contents. Signum Oil Analysis. Establishing a Successful Oil Analysis Programme...1. Tactical Steps. What to Sample...2. When to Sample...

Table of Contents. Signum Oil Analysis. Establishing a Successful Oil Analysis Programme...1. Tactical Steps. What to Sample...2. When to Sample... Table of Contents Signum Oil Analysis Establishing a Successful Oil Analysis Programme..........................................1 Tactical Steps What to Sample..................................................................2

More information

The Inside Story. Cat Fuel, Oil, and Transmission Filters

The Inside Story. Cat Fuel, Oil, and Transmission Filters The Inside Story Cat Fuel, Oil, and Transmission Filters Visibly Better C a t F u e l, O i l, a n d T r a n s m i s s i o n F i l t e r s The consistent quality of Cat Filters is your best protection.

More information

All Owners and Operators of Textron Lycoming Aircraft Engines

All Owners and Operators of Textron Lycoming Aircraft Engines (Supersedes Service Letter No. L180A) November 13, 2001 TO: SUBJECT: All Owners and Operators of Textron Lycoming Aircraft Engines Engine Preservation for Active and Stored Aircraft Engines in aircraft

More information

Article published: May 2004, www.flowcontrolnetwork.com

Article published: May 2004, www.flowcontrolnetwork.com Article published: May 2004, www.flowcontrolnetwork.com Electrostatic Filtration How Saturn Quadrupled Its Hydraulic Oil Life by Mickey Jackson My vantage point: It has been my privilege to serve as a

More information

C32 MARINE ENGINE (RXB)

C32 MARINE ENGINE (RXB) SAFETY.CAT.COM C32 MARINE ENGINE (RXB) Maintenance Intervals Excerpted from Operation & Maintenance Manual (SEBU7908-09) 2009 Caterpillar All Rights Reserved SEBU7908-09 69 Maintenance Interval Schedule

More information

HEAVY-DUTY, REDEFINED. REDEFINED.

HEAVY-DUTY, REDEFINED. REDEFINED. HEAVY-DUTY, REDEFINED. TO GET YOUR TOUGHEST JOBS DONE, you need an engine that works even harder than you do. That s why Caterpillar offers the CT13 engine for our vocational trucks. It delivers every

More information

WHERE DOES ALL THAT METAL COME FROM? by John S. Evans, B.Sc.

WHERE DOES ALL THAT METAL COME FROM? by John S. Evans, B.Sc. ISSUE 47 John Evans WHERE DOES ALL THAT METAL COME FROM? by John S. Evans, B.Sc. Oil analysis involves the extraction of a small, representative sample of oil from a lubricated piece of machinery and subjecting

More information

M52TU Introduction Overview Technical Data Crankcase Crankshaft Pistons and Connecting Rods...

M52TU Introduction Overview Technical Data Crankcase Crankshaft Pistons and Connecting Rods... Table of Contents ENGINES Subject Page M52TU................................................. 3 Introduction............................................ 4 Overview..............................................

More information

Tech Tip. From your friends at New York Bus Sales. Product Effected Units with CAT C7 engines

Tech Tip. From your friends at New York Bus Sales. Product Effected Units with CAT C7 engines Tech Tip From your friends at New York Bus Sales Product Effected Units with CAT C7 engines Complaint Cause When vehicle experiences a sudden stop as in a D.O.T. Service Brake Stop there is a momentary

More information

Pall HLP6 Oil Purifier

Pall HLP6 Oil Purifier Pall Oil Purifier The culmination of 30 years of expertise in water control for lubrication and hydraulic control circuits With a design based on 30 years of actual field experience, the Pall oil purifier

More information

All Allison Transmission, Inc. Commercial Transmissions and Torque Converters

All Allison Transmission, Inc. Commercial Transmissions and Torque Converters Revisions to this document are noted by a stripe in the left hand margin #1796, Rev. B Page 1 of 10 SUBJECT: Oil Analysis Test Recommendations SERIAL NUMBERS AFFECTED: All Allison Transmission, Inc. Commercial

More information

Ultra Coolant. The Best Performance. The Best Cost. The Best Coolant.

Ultra Coolant. The Best Performance. The Best Cost. The Best Coolant. Ultra Coolant The Best Performance. The Best Cost. The Best Coolant. Ultra Coolant is not an oil. Ultra Coolant is an engineered synthetic coolant specifically designed to help rotary screw compressors

More information

Oil Condition Monitoring

Oil Condition Monitoring Risk Bulletin Oil Condition Monitoring Number 31 January 2011 Report published by Allianz Risk Consulting In Jared Diamond s Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Survive [Viking Books, 2005] we can

More information

Fault codes DM1. Industrial engines DC09, DC13, DC16. Marine engines DI09, DI13, DI16 INSTALLATION MANUAL. 03:10 Issue 5.0 en-gb 1

Fault codes DM1. Industrial engines DC09, DC13, DC16. Marine engines DI09, DI13, DI16 INSTALLATION MANUAL. 03:10 Issue 5.0 en-gb 1 Fault codes DM1 Industrial engines DC09, DC13, DC16 Marine engines DI09, DI13, DI16 03:10 Issue 5.0 en-gb 1 DM1...3 Abbreviations...3 Fault type identifier...3...4 03:10 Issue 5.0 en-gb 2 DM1 DM1 Fault

More information

COURSE 1020 OIL ANALYSIS WHY ATTEND

COURSE 1020 OIL ANALYSIS WHY ATTEND OIL ANALYSIS WHY CHOOSE US? 1 2 3 ICML 4 PERSONALIZED 5 6 OIL 7 ISO9001-2008 8 YEARS 9 EXPERTISE ADVANCED INVESTIGATIONS for sources of contamination, wear and oil degradation through a wide range of tests

More information

Trouble Shooting. Pump

Trouble Shooting. Pump Trouble Shooting Pump Trouble Possible Cause Remedy Oil leaking in the area of water pump crankshaft Worn crankshaft seal, bad bearing, grooved shaft, or failure of retainer o-ring. Excessive play on crankshaft

More information

Introducing an All New Line of Cleaning Chemicals

Introducing an All New Line of Cleaning Chemicals www.alltemp.ca Introducing an All New Line of Cleaning Chemicals Coil Cleaners & Brighteners Metal Cleaning Detergents Ice Machine Cleaners Scale Removers Electronic Cell Cleaner Degreasing Solvent Leak

More information

Your oil can be saved!! Even when water is mixed

Your oil can be saved!! Even when water is mixed OIL SAVER WATER REMOVAL IT IS NEVER TOO LATE!! With our service, you can save your oil and also save one third or half of your expenses for oil replacement. Your oil can be saved!! Even when water is mixed

More information

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Bulletin

TECHNICAL INFORMATION Bulletin Peerless Pump Company 2005 Dr. M.L. King Jr. Street, P.O. Box 7026, Indianapolis, IN 46207-7026, USA Telephone: (317) 925-9661 Fax: (317) 924-7338 www.peerlesspump.com www.epumpdoctor.com TECHNICAL INFORMATION

More information

At Bently Nevada Corporation (BNC) we know one. Establishing a Lubricant Analysis Program. Joshua Hutton. John Kitchens.

At Bently Nevada Corporation (BNC) we know one. Establishing a Lubricant Analysis Program. Joshua Hutton. John Kitchens. Establishing a Lubricant Analysis Program Authored by: Rett Jesse Manager, North American Services Bently Nevada Corporation e-mail: rett.jesse@bently.com Joshua Hutton Summer Intern, BNC Student at Cal

More information

Engine Bearing Materials

Engine Bearing Materials Engine Bearing Materials Dr. Dmitri Kopeliovich (Research & Development Manager) The durable operation of an engine bearing is achieved if its materials combine high strength (load capacity, wear resistance,

More information

Oil Analysis DIWA Automatic Transmission

Oil Analysis DIWA Automatic Transmission Oil Analysis DIWA Automatic Transmission DIWA Automatic Transmission Oil Analysis What is it? A way to improve the life of your transmission Why use it? Reduce downtime Maximize equipment life Avoid major

More information